Gregg Ward to Speak at Disrupt HR 3.0
See Gregg Ward speak at Disrupt HR 3.0, an information exchange designed to energize, inform, and empower executives, business leaders, and people in the HR field. At this public event, speakers from CEOs to top HR professionals have 5 minutes to blow your mind with their engaging presentations. Gregg will present his keynote presentation, "The Hidden Power of Respect," on May 3rd. His presentation will cover Respectful Leadership, Emotional Intelligence and Executive Presence. The third annual Disrupt HR 3.0 conference takes place May 3 from 5 p.m.-8:15 p.m. Read the full brochure. To attend the event, please register here.
Gregg Ward to Speak at NCHRA’s HR West 2017
See Gregg Ward speak at HR West 2017, a conference featuring networking opportunities and presentations on relevant human resources topics. Gregg will present “Coaching for Respect: A 10-Step Process for HR Professionals” on March 7th. The event will cover practical ways for leaders to effectively increase respect and collaboration within work relationships. HR West 2017 will be held March 6 – 8 at the Oakland Convention Center. The conference is put on by the Northern California Human Resources Association (NCHRA). If you can’t attend the conference, check out an excerpt from Gregg’s book The Respectful Leader in the conference preview…
Respect for Religion vs Respect for the Law?
It was 1958, and a young Virginia couple named Richard and Mildred Loving – she was black and Native American; he was white – were arrested and charged with violating the state’s law banning interracial marriages, one of many such laws found across the country. To avoid a prison sentence, they moved to Washington DC and filed an appeal with the judge, Leon M. Bazile, who'd heard their original case. He refused to reconsider, and wrote in defense of racial segregation… “Almighty God created the races white, black, yellow, Malay, and red, and placed them on separate continents, and but…
Healthcare Business Women’s Association
Recently, I was invited by the Southern California Chapter of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association to speak on Respectful Leadership at their Fall 2014 meeting hosted by the giant pharmaceutical company Genentech. The room was filled with executives, staff, physicians and even clinical researchers, who seemed very attentive and interested in the concepts within and practices of respectful leadership. One of the last exercises we do is a small group discussion in which participants talk about the key respectful behaviors of a colleague or manager for whom they have a great deal of respect. I chart those up and then ask…